Missing teeth not only impact your smile, but they can also contribute to other issues that negatively affect your overall health. Having an implant-replacement tooth is a long-term solution to this problem that can help restore your functionality and improve your quality of life.

Implants provide a permanent replacement for missing teeth, preventing adjacent teeth from drifting toward the empty socket and allowing your jawbone to maintain its density. However, some patients require preparatory treatments to make sure they have adequate bone tissue to support their implants.

All-on-4(r)

Dental Implants Clinics offer patients a permanent, graft-free solution to missing or damaged teeth. They use the All-on-4(r) procedure, also known as “Teeth in a Day,” to replace a full arch of missing or broken teeth, even if you’ve been diagnosed with bone loss or severe gum disease.

All-on-4(r) uses four or more implants that support a set of fixed, non-removable teeth that are fabricated to match your natural smile. Your dentist can adjust the tooth shade, design and sizing before placing your final ceramic replacements.

Using this revolutionary approach, we can restore full upper and lower arches in one visit to our All-on-4(r) dental implant clinics. The implants are placed in the inter foraminal and pre-maxillary regions, so we can avoid the need for bone grafting or sinus lift surgery.

All-on-4(r) dental implants provide a permanent, durable option to replace a full arch of missing or damaged teeth and can last up to 20 years or longer if they are properly cared for. The procedure is also a more affordable alternative than traditional dentures and restorations, which can cost thousands of dollars more over the course of a lifetime.

Teeth-in-a-Day(r)

Teeth-in-a-Day(r) Dental Implant Clinics are specialized practices that provide patients with a full set of dental implants and new teeth in a single day. This procedure is a breakthrough that has transformed treatment options for patients who have suffered from missing or damaged teeth.

Until now, the process of replacing missing teeth has required multiple surgical visits and months of healing time before the final tooth is placed on the dental implant. This can be frustrating for patients who want to get their smile back as quickly and efficiently as possible.

The revolutionary Teeth-in-a-Day(r) procedure provides patients with a full set of bespoke fixed teeth on four or more dental implants, all in one day. This allows for an immediate load and eliminates the need for bone grafting in the majority of cases, and also removes the need to wear a removable denture for a period of time after treatment.

Bone grafting

Before dental implants can be placed, bone grafting is sometimes required. The graft is used to replace bone that has been lost due to tooth loss or gum disease.

The bone graft also acts as a foundation for the implant, and helps the dental implant bond or fuse to the existing bone in the jaw. This process is called osseointegration, and it is critical to the success of dental implants.

There are several types of bone grafts available, all of which have been proven to be safe and effective. They include allograft, autograft, xenograft, and synthetic bone grafts.

Bone grafts are a great option for patients who have lost a tooth or are experiencing periodontal disease. They can stabilize the jaw, which can prevent further bone loss and help patients avoid serious health issues like heart disease and other complications of gum disease.

Sinus augmentation

The sinus system is an important part of your oral health. It is an air-filled space behind your cheeks and on top of your upper teeth.

Dental Implant Clinics can perform a sinus augmentation to build up the bone surrounding the maxillary sinuses, which are located near your upper jaw. This will make it easier for your dentist to place dental implants in the area.

A sinus augmentation is a surgical procedure that will raise the floor of your maxillary sinuses and fill it with bone graft material. The new bone will help to support your dental implants, increasing their strength and longevity.

Sinus augmentation is one of the more common types of bone grafting procedures. This surgery is often performed before you receive your dental implants. It can take up to six months before the graft is fully integrated with your bone and ready for placement.